Life love and death in the poetry of Sylvia Plath

Life  love and death in the poetry of Sylvia Plath

Publishing House, Hiperion 2010, ,“la poesía no tolera más notas que aquellas que sirven para restablecer las claves que el poeta en el momento de escribir considera razonablemente comprensibles”, trying to describe those clues is, in ...

Author: Ana María Leiva Aguilera

Publisher: GRIN Verlag

ISBN: 9783656583417

Category: Literary Criticism

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Essay from the year 2013 in the subject English Language and Literature Studies - Literature, grade: 9,0, University of Jaén, course: 3o, language: English, abstract: As Carmelo Medina Casado wonderfully says in his book Poetas ingleses del S. XX (P.257), “en el pasado hubo una tendencia a considerar a la poesía escrita por mujeres como de un estatus inferior”. His task had been “ infravalorada y hasta cierto punto abandonada”, something that of course, would not been a radical change, above all during the second half of last century. It resulted to be in some of the cases, as the present author, a heroine for their readers who end up to identify themselves with that mixed feeling which is going to appear in many of her poems and will be object of study in this task, together with her nihilist interpretation of life. It would have no sense the simple method of quoting this author’s biographical data and some of her works. That would not focus on her literary labour. That is why I propose myself to comment both her life as well as her works, basing my references on her poems themselves. My analysis’ methodology is going to have a double sense: - On the one hand, there is a great amount of her biographical data, and it is going to help us understanding her poems. -On the other hand, it will be the author’s unconsciousness itself that I will focus my interest on. I will look for it in every single poem, the one which is going to emerge in some of her verses even when the intention or general thematic of the poem is any other. As perfectly says Ramón Buenaventura in his bilingual edition Ariel. Publishing House, Hiperion 2010, ,“la poesía no tolera más notas que aquellas que sirven para restablecer las claves que el poeta en el momento de escribir considera razonablemente comprensibles”, trying to describe those clues is, in part, the aim of this essay, bearing in mind that: ”el poeta no escribe para intermediarios”. I am interested in valorising her work through the analysis of her great topics: love and death. As far as love is concerned, her work turns around violence of passion in two streams: on the one hand, the father-child like; on the other hand, the wife like. The vision of love she offers is more and more bitter and negative.
Categories: Literary Criticism

Mad Girl s Love Song

Mad Girl s Love Song

Drawing on exclusive interviews with friends and lovers who have never spoken openly about Plath before and using previously unavailable archives and papers, this is the first book to focus on the early life of the twentieth century’s ...

Author: Andrew Wilson

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 9781476714646

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 384

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A new biography of Sylvia Plath, a literary icon who continues to haunt, fascinate, and enthrall even now, fifty years after her death On February 25 , 1956, twenty-three-year-old Sylvia Plath walked into a party and immediately spotted Ted Hughes. This encounter—now one of the most famous in all of literary history—was recorded by Plath in her journal, where she described Hughes as a “big, dark, hunky boy.” Sylvia viewed Ted as something of a colossus, and to this day his enormous shadow has obscured her life and work. The sensational aspects of the Plath-Hughes relationship have dominated the cultural landscape to such an extent that their story has taken on the resonance of a modern myth. Before she met Ted, Plath had lived a complex, creative, and disturbing life. Her father had died when she was only eight; she had gone out with literally hundreds of men, had been unofficially engaged, had tried to commit suicide, and had written more than two hundred poems. Mad Girl’s Love Song chronicles these early years, traces the sources of her mental instability, and examines how a range of personal, economic, and societal factors—the real disquieting muses— conspired against her. Drawing on exclusive interviews with friends and lovers who have never spoken openly about Plath before and using previously unavailable archives and papers, this is the first book to focus on the early life of the twentieth century’s most popular and enduring female poet. Mad Girl’s Love Song reclaims Sylvia Plath from the tangle of emotions associated with her relationship with Ted Hughes and reveals the origins of her unsettled and unsettling voice.
Categories: Biography & Autobiography

Winter Trees

Winter Trees

Published posthumously in 1971, this valuable collection finds its place alongside The Colossus and Ariel in the oeuvre of a singular talent.

Author: Sylvia Plath

Publisher: Faber & Faber

ISBN: 9780571342488

Category: Poetry

Page: 64

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The poems in Winter Trees were written in the last nine months of Sylvia Plath's life, and form part of the group from which the Ariel poems were chosen. They reveal the poet at the height of her creative powers, exhibiting the startling imagery and dramatic play for which she became known. Published posthumously in 1971, this valuable collection finds its place alongside The Colossus and Ariel in the oeuvre of a singular talent. 'Nearly all the poems here have the familiar Plath daring, the same feel of bits of frightened, vibrant, indignant consciousness translated instantly into words and images that blend close, experienced horror and icy, sardonic control.' New Statesman 'A book that anyone seriously interested in poetry now must have . . . Sylvia Plath's immense gift is evident throughout.' Guardian
Categories: Poetry

Sylvia Plath

Sylvia Plath

The Poetry of Initiation Jon Rosenblatt. as both the enemy of everything that the self loves and the ultimate escape from the life of pain. ... In Plath's imagination love and death often become confused and entangled.

Author: Jon Rosenblatt

Publisher: UNC Press Books

ISBN: 9781469648149

Category: Poetry

Page: 195

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The author shows how Plath's remarkable lyric dramas define a private ritual process. The book deals with the emotional material from which Plath's poetry arises and the specific ritual transformations she dramatizes. It covers all phases of Plath's poetry, closely following the development of image and idea from the apprentice work through the last lyrics of Ariel. The critical method stays close to the language of the poems and defines Plath's struggle toward maturity. Originally published in 1979. A UNC Press Enduring Edition -- UNC Press Enduring Editions use the latest in digital technology to make available again books from our distinguished backlist that were previously out of print. These editions are published unaltered from the original, and are presented in affordable paperback formats, bringing readers both historical and cultural value.
Categories: Poetry

Contemporary American Women Poets

Contemporary American Women Poets

Ackerman writes a " Letter to Wallace Stevens , " a poem that both admires and critiques Sylvia Plath , and a poem ... Reverse Thunder , a dramatic poem , continues the theme of love as Ackerman imagines the life of Sor Juana Ines de la ...

Author: Catherine Cucinella

Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group

ISBN: 0313317836

Category: Poetry

Page: 402

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In mapping the achievements of contemporary American women poets, this reference helps liberate them from restrictive conventional views and illustrates the tremendous diversity of their works. Included are alphabetically arranged entries on nearly 70 American women poets who published significant works after 1945.
Categories: Poetry

Ted Hughes and the Classics

Ted Hughes and the Classics

And the two lovers in their love-knot, One pile of inseparable ashes, Were closed in a single urn.2 The selection of ... end of the poet's life and the reassessment of his career and in particular his relationship with Sylvia Plath'.3 ...

Author: Roger Rees

Publisher: OUP Oxford

ISBN: 9780191570094

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 368

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This collection of sixteen articles, written by leading specialists in Classical and English literature, is an important contribution to the critical assessment of Ted Hughes, one of the most popular and controversial English poets of the late 20th century. The chapters are arranged broadly chronologically according to Hughes's publications, and deal with different aspects of his engagement with the culture and literature of ancient Greece and Rome, including translations, original works, classical thought, and ideologies in his drama and verse. Hughes is revealed as a leading figure in literary reception of the Classics in 20th century poetry, a sharply intelligent and sensitive reader of some of the world's foundational texts.
Categories: Literary Criticism

Sylvia Plath

Sylvia Plath

Sylvia Plath is poignantly aware that it is the failure of love that has left her world blank. ... in that one is making a new life which is another life to die: the ambiguity in her mind between death and birth is clear here.

Author: David Holbrook

Publisher: A&C Black

ISBN: 9781472513939

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 308

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Admirers of the work of Sylvia Plath will welcome this new paperback edition of a study, first published by The Athlone Press in 1976, which provides coherent and persuasive readings of her poetry. Drawing upon the traditional skills of the literary critic, David Holbrook also deploys the illumination of both psychoanalysis and phenomenology in a pioneering work of literary, individual and cultural interpretation.
Categories: Literary Criticism

Studies in Women Writers in English

Studies in Women Writers in English

Sylvia Plath is concerned with failures in love , “ the unbearability of being a woman , and a search for love that is secure ... Her frank admissions and bold treatment of private life prove her to be the best confessional poet .

Author: Mohit Kumar Ray

Publisher: Atlantic Publishers & Dist

ISBN: 8126903376

Category: English literature

Page: 216

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English Is Being Written And Read Today By More People Outside England Than Inside. This Applies No Less To The Women Writers In English Across The Globe Who Have Made Their Unmistakable Mark In English Literature[S], Especially In The Last Century. The Present Volume, The Second In The New Projected Series Of Atlantic Publishers And Distributors, Studies In Women Writers In English Bears Evidence To This Phenomenon As The Critics Address Women Writers In English In Various Parts Of The Globe Rather Than Concentrating On Canonised Mainstream Authors And Texts, And Thus Mainstream Writers Figure Only Referentially, In The Margin Of These Critical Texts, As It Were. Again, Understandably Indian Writers Take Over A Chunk Of The Space. However, The Essays Included In This Volume Cover Authors From America, Canada And India, And Also Some General Theoretical Discourse Regarding Feminism And Marginal Literature.The Authors Discussed In This Volume Are Christina Rossetti Of England, Emily Dickinson, Harper Lee, Lorraine Hansberry And Sylvia Plath Of America, Margaret Atwood And Beatrice Culleton Of Canada, And Kamala Markandaya, Kamala Das, Nayantara Sahgal, Anita Desai, Githa Hariharan Of India. Apart From This A Wide Spectrum Of Indian Writers Have Been Referred To And Treated In The General Articles On Feminist Theory And Practice, Especially In India Today, And Yesterday.The Sixteen Essays Of The Volume Will Be Found Interesting As Well As Useful By Students, Teachers And Scholars And Will Also Be Enjoyed By The General Readers.
Categories: English literature

Claiming Sylvia Plath

Claiming Sylvia Plath

The Poet as Exemplary Figure Marianne Egeland. —. 1987: Sylvia Plath: A Biography. ... 1987: 'Love, death and the poet laureate', 'Secret life of the poet laureate', 'The revenge of the feminists', '“Ted cannot hide forever”'.

Author: Marianne Egeland

Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing

ISBN: 9781443846295

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 370

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Over the years, Sylvia Plath has come to inhabit a contested area of cultural production with other ambiguous authors between the highbrow, the middlebrow, and the popular. Claiming Sylvia Plath is a critical and comprehensive reception study of what has been written about Plath from 1960 to 2010. Academic and popular interest in her seems incessant, verging on a public obsession. The story of Sylvia Plath is not only the story of a writer and her texts, but also of the readers who have tried to make sense of her life and work. A religious tone and a rhetoric of accountability dominate among the devoted. Questing for the real or true Sylvia, they share a sense of posessiveness towards outsiders or those who deviate from what they see as a correct approach to the poet. In order to offer a new and more nuanced perspective on Plath’s public image, the reception has been organized into interpretive communities composed of critics, feminists, biographers, psychologists, and friends. Pertinent questions are raised about how the poet functions as an excemplary figure, and how – and by whom – she is used to further theories, politics, careers, and a number of other causes. Ethical issues and rhetorical strategies consequently loom high in Claiming Sylvia Plath. The book may be employed both as a guide to the massive body of Plath literature and as a history of a changing critical doxa. Why Sylvia Plath has been serviceable to so many and open to colonization is another way of asking why she keeps on fascinating all kinds of readers worldwide. Claiming Sylvia Plath suggests a host of possible answers. It includes an extensive Plath bibliography.
Categories: Literary Criticism

Letters of Sylvia Plath Volume II

Letters of Sylvia Plath Volume II

Both Ted & I are alone, really alone, I feel among young modern poets (with the exception, obviously, of Wilbur—who doesn't dare or care to treat the great subjects of life: love, death, war, etc. Karl Shapiro,3 Elizabeth Bishop4 & a ...

Author: Sylvia Plath

Publisher: Faber & Faber

ISBN: 9780571339228

Category: Literary Collections

Page: 1000

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Sylvia Plath (1932-1963) was one of the writers that defined the course of twentieth-century poetry. Her vivid, daring and complex poetry continues to captivate new generations of readers and writers. In the Letters, we discover the art of Plath's correspondence. Most has never before been published, and it is here presented unabridged, without revision, so that she speaks directly in her own words. Refreshingly candid and offering intimate details of her personal life, Plath is playful, too, entertaining a wide range of addressees, including family, friends and professional contacts, with inimitable wit and verve. The letters document Plath's extraordinary literary development: the genesis of many poems, short and long fiction, and journalism. Her endeavour to publish in a variety of genres had mixed receptions, but she was never dissuaded. Through acceptance of her work, and rejection, Plath strove to stay true to her creative vision. Well-read and curious, she simultaneously offers a fascinating commentary on contemporary culture. Leading Plath scholar Peter K. Steinberg and Karen V. Kukil, editor of The Journals of Sylvia Plath 1950-1962, provide comprehensive footnotes and an extensive index informed by their meticulous research. Alongside a selection of photographs and Plath's own drawings, they masterfully contextualise what the pages disclose. This selection of later correspondence witnesses Plath and Hughes becoming major, influential contemporary writers, as it happened. Experiences recorded include first books and other publications; teaching; committing to writing full-time; travels; making professional acquaintances; settling in England; building a family; and buying a house. Throughout, Plath's voice is completely, uniquely her own.
Categories: Literary Collections

Twentieth Century and Contemporary American Literature in Context 4 volumes

Twentieth Century and Contemporary American Literature in Context  4 volumes

Despite this therapy, Sexton made at least nine attempts at suicide during her adult life, finally succeeding on October 4, 1974. In her poem about her friend Plath's 1963 suicide, “Sylvia's Death” (1966), for example, Sexton seems both ...

Author: Linda De Roche

Publisher: ABC-CLIO

ISBN: 9781440853593

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 1348

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This four-volume reference work surveys American literature from the early 20th century to the present day, featuring a diverse range of American works and authors and an expansive selection of primary source materials. Bringing useful and engaging material into the classroom, this four-volume set covers more than a century of American literary history—from 1900 to the present. Twentieth-Century and Contemporary American Literature in Context profiles authors and their works and provides overviews of literary movements and genres through which readers will understand the historical, cultural, and political contexts that have shaped American writing. Twentieth-Century and Contemporary American Literature in Context provides wide coverage of authors, works, genres, and movements that are emblematic of the diversity of modern America. Not only are major literary movements represented, such as the Beats, but this work also highlights the emergence and development of modern Native American literature, African American literature, and other representative groups that showcase the diversity of American letters. A rich selection of primary documents and background material provides indispensable information for student research. Covers significant authors, as well as those neglected by history, and their works from major historical and cultural periods of the last century, including authors writing today Situates authors' works not only within their own canon but also with the historical and cultural context of the U.S. more broadly Positions primary documents after specific authors or works, allowing readers to read excerpts critically in light of the entries Examines literary movements, forms, and genres that also pay special attention to multi-ethnic and women writers
Categories: Literary Criticism

The Death and Life of Sylvia Plath

The Death and Life of Sylvia Plath

The author looks back on Plath's life in an attempt to offer an objective account of why she killed herself.

Author: Ronald Hayman

Publisher: Vintage

ISBN: UOM:39015046343060

Category: Poets, American

Page: 220

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The author looks back on Plath's life in an attempt to offer an objective account of why she killed herself.
Categories: Poets, American

Study Guide to The Bell Jar and Other Works by Sylvia Plath

Study Guide to The Bell Jar and Other Works by Sylvia Plath

In life. The lovers of Part Two, though shadowed by death, can exist forever (like Keats's lovers in “Ode on a Grecian Urn”) in love and spite of death. In Part One, the feeling is that Plath wants her lovers to achieve this stasis, ...

Author: Intelligent Education

Publisher: Influence Publishers

ISBN: 9781645424116

Category: Study Aids

Page: 114

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A comprehensive study guide offering in-depth explanation, essay, and test prep for selected works by Sylvia Plath, who at an early age won prizes for her poetry. Titles in this study guide include The Bell Jar, Two Views of a Cadaver Room, Night Shift, Disquieting Muses, Spinster, Crossing the Water, and The Bee Poems. As a collection of fiction, short stories, and poetry of the late- twentieth-century, Plath’s work was largely biographical and confessional as she wrote through her depression and other tragic circumstances. Moreover, critics praised her use of literary devices such as imagery, meter, and voice. This Bright Notes Study Guide explores the context and history of Plath’s classic work, helping students to thoroughly explore the reasons they have stood the literary test of time. Each Bright Notes Study Guide contains: - Introductions to the Author and the Work - Character Summaries - Plot Guides - Section and Chapter Overviews - Test Essay and Study Q&As The Bright Notes Study Guide series offers an in-depth tour of more than 275 classic works of literature, exploring characters, critical commentary, historical background, plots, and themes. This set of study guides encourages readers to dig deeper in their understanding by including essay questions and answers as well as topics for further research.
Categories: Study Aids

Sylvia Plath

Sylvia Plath

Paramount among the concerns of biographical critics out for the 'truth' about Sylvia Plath is the need to somehow ... Various theories are offered – that she was playing a game with death, gambling with her own life as the stake but ...

Author: Susan Bassnett

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

ISBN: 9781350310186

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 184

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Sylvia Plath is one of the best-known and most widely-studied writers of the twentieth century. Since her death in 1963, critics have presented different images of Plath: the 'suicidal' poet, the frustrated wife and mother, the feminist precursor. In this lively and approachable introduction to the author's poetry, Susan Bassnett offers a balanced view of Plath as one of the finest contemporary poets, and shows the diversity of her work. Bassnett's refreshing perspective on the writer provides a welcome alternative to the many studies which attempt endlessly to psychoanalyse Plath posthumously. Bassnett argues that there can never be any definitive version of the Plath story, but, from close readings of her texts, readers can discover the excitement of her diverse work. Plath is not viewed as an author driven by a death wish, nor does the book focus on her suicide - instead, she is considered in the cultural context in which she wrote, and viewed as a complex writer. Now thoroughly revised and expanded in the light of recent research, the second edition of this essential text contains new chapters and more close reading of the poetry. It concludes with an analysis of Ted Hughes' Birthday Letters, a collection of poems which he wrote about his wife after her death.
Categories: Literary Criticism

Life Writing

Life Writing

The love of my life infiltrates the novel I am currently writing. ... Poets included Sylvia Plath (Ariel) and Anne Sexton (To Bedlam and Part Way Back, All My Pretty Ones, and The Death Notebooks) who had both taken several of Robert ...

Author: Sally Cline

Publisher: A&C Black

ISBN: 9781472531056

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 288

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Life Writing: A Writers' & Artists' Companion is an essential guide to writing biography, autobiography and memoir. PART 1 explores the history and forms of life writing and the challenges and potential pitfalls of the genre. PART 2 includes tips by bestselling writers: Diana Athill, Alan Bennett, Alain de Botton, Jill Dawson, Millicent Dillon, Margaret Drabble, Geoff Dyer, Victoria Glendinning, Lyndall Gordon, Peter Hayter, Richard Holmes, Michael Holroyd, Kathryn Hughes, Diane Johnson, Hermione Lee, Andrew Lownie, Janet Malcolm, Alexander Masters, Nancy Milford, Blake Morrison, Andrew Morton, Clare Mulley, Jenni Murray, Nicholas Murray, Kristina Olsson, Marion Elizabeth Rodgers, Meryle Secrest, Miranda Seymour, Frances Spalding, Hilary Spurling, Boyd Tonkin, Edmund White. PART 3 includes practical advice - from planning, researching and interviewing to writing, pacing and navigating ethical issues.
Categories: Language Arts & Disciplines

Sylvia Plath

Sylvia Plath

For Mrs. Plath has assembled Letters Home—Sylvia Plath's correspondence, mostly with her mother, for the years from 1950 until her death. The book was intended, I believe, as an antidote to The Bell jar: a view of Sylvia Plath's ...

Author: Linda Wagner-Martin

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781135035181

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 346

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This set comprises 40 volumes covering 19th and 20th century European and American authors. These volumes will be available as a complete set, mini boxed sets (by theme) or as individual volumes. This second set compliments the first 68 volume set of Critical Heritage published by Routledge in October 1995.
Categories: Literary Criticism

Psychotherapy with Suicidal People

Psychotherapy with Suicidal People

Her first lines of her last poem, Edge, read: Imagine to be perfected is death. ... CONCLUDING REMARKS Sylvia Plath's suicidal death became inevitable. ... when placed into the context of her life, we can see a full-length movie.

Author: Antoon A. Leenaars

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9780470863435

Category: Psychology

Page: 480

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Almost a million people die by suicide every year (WHO estimate) The sheer numbers have made suicide prevention a major health target, but effective prevention is not straightforward. Suicide is a complex event, more complex than most of us imagine, calling for an equally complex response. Psychotherapy with Suicidal People provides a multi-component approach, with rich clinical data including many case histories, to guide the reader. Based on decades of research from across the globe, Antoon A. Leenaars takes the reader into the mind of the suicidal person, from the young to the elderly, from the anonymous to the famous. There is no better way to know, and thus to treat, a person. A plethora of special features makes this volume an international classic and includes: Reflections of many suicidologists such as Heraclitus, Plato, Sigmund Freud, Emile Durkheim and Edwin Shneidman. A unique window on the clinical mind of the author. Empirically supported definition, with applications across age, gender, historical time, as well as culture. The report of the International Working Group on Ethical and Legal Issues in Suicidology. Psychotherapy with Suicidal People: A Person-centred Approach is essential reading for clinical psychologists, psychiatrists and their trainees, and all clinicians who work with suicidal people.
Categories: Psychology

God and Elizabeth Bishop

God and Elizabeth Bishop

Meditations on Religion and Poetry C. Walker ... news that Lota had died, surely reconfirming in Bishop's mind the deep connection in her life between love and death. ... It was something very traumatic and profound in Elizabeth's life.

Author: C. Walker

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9781403979483

Category: Religion

Page: 157

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In God and Elizabeth Bishop Cheryl Walker takes the bold step of looking at the work of Elizabeth Bishop as though it might have something fresh to say about religion and poetry. Going wholly against the tide of recent academic practice, especially as applied to Bishop, she delights in presenting herself as an engaged Christian who nevertheless believes that a skeptical modern poet might feed our spiritual hungers. This is a book that reminds us of the rich tradition of religious poetry written in English, at the same time taking delicious detours into realms of humour, social responsibility, and mysticism.
Categories: Religion

The Letters of Sylvia Plath Vol 2

The Letters of Sylvia Plath Vol 2

Both Ted & I are alone, really alone, I feel among young modern poets (with the exception, obviously, of Wilbur---who doesn't dare or care to treat the great subjects of life: love, death, war, etc. Karl Shapiro, * Elizabeth Bishop ...

Author: Sylvia Plath

Publisher: HarperCollins

ISBN: 9780062740601

Category: Literary Collections

Page: 1088

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"A scintillating and poignant autobiography in letters. . . . Her letters blaze with fresh and stunning revelations, with more to come."—Booklist on The Letters of Sylvia Plath Vol 1 The second volume in the definitive, complete collection of the letters of Pulitzer Prize-winning poet, Sylvia Plath, from the early years of her marriage to Ted Hughes to the final days leading to her suicide in 1963, many never before seen. One of the most talented and beloved poets, Sylvia Plath continues to fascinate and inspire the modern literary imagination. The tragedy of her untimely death at age thirty, almost fifty-five years ago, has left much unknown about her creative and personal life. In this remarkable second volume of the iconic poet and writer’s collected letters, the full range of Plath’s ambitions, talents, fears, and perspective is made visible through her own powerful words. As engaging as they are revealing, these remarkable letters cover the years from 1957 to 1963. They detail the last six tumultuous and prolific years of her life, covering her marriage to Ted Hughes, the births of her children Frieda and Nicholas, her early success, including the publication of the classic The Bell Jar, and her ongoing struggle with depression. The first compendium of its kind to include all of Plath’s letters from this period, The Letters of Sylvia Plath Volume 2 offers an intimate portrait of the writing life and mind of one of the most celebrated poets in literary history.
Categories: Literary Collections

Indian Journal of American Studies

Indian Journal of American Studies

Sylvia Plath's poetry and her only novel , Bell Jar , are in fact the only authentic account of her inner life , which is what most concerns a student of her poetry . The twin themes of love and death are interwoven in the body of her ...

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ISBN: UOM:39015072463444

Category: India

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Categories: India